The Catholic Diocese of Mzuzu is an Apostolic See of the Catholic (2). Church in Malawi; and started as an Apostolic Prefecture in 1947: and was raised to status of Diocese in 1961. The Diocese covers the whole of Mzimba, Nkhatabay & Likoma Districts and large parts of Rumphi District as well as Nkhotakota North and Kasungu North
The Diocese is implementing a Strategic Plan (SP) of 2017 – 2022. In its SP, the Diocese has three strategic pillars i.e. Pastoral Care and Development; Human and Social Development and Institutional Development i e. Finance, Investment and Administration.
The Human and Social Development pillar’s Strategic Goal is to promote sustainable socioeconomic development among individuals, families and communities in the Diocese of Mzuzu”.
To achieve this goal, the pillar has four developmental commissions i.e Catholic Development Commission (CADECOM); Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP); Mzuzu Diocese Health Commission (MDCHC) and Diocese of Mzuzu Education Commission (DOMEC)
DOMEC is implementing different projects in Mzuzu Diocese as well as playing oversight role on primary & secondary schools within the Diocese’s jurisdiction. On of such projects is School Access & Governance Improvement (SAGI) Project with funding from Misean Cara – Ireland.
Employment opportunities have arisen in DOMEC for position of Field Officer; and please note that females are most encouraged to apply for this opportunity.
REPORTS TO: Education Coordinator through the Projects’ Officer
ULTIMATELY RESPONSIBLE TO: Diocesan Director of Social Development
The persons taking up these opportunities will lead in fulfilling the education commission’s strategic objective i.e. to improve access to and quality of education at all levels in the Diocese”.
Among others, some of the main duties include, but not limited to the following: